In her first "That's What She Said" column, Sarah Spain calls on armchair orthopedists to give Jay Cutler a break.
Nov 22 | By Sarah Spain
Olympic gold medal-winning hockey player Tessa Bonhomme takes a victorious spin as a figure skater on Canada's version of 'Battle of the Blades.'
Nov 15 | By Sarah Spain
Tony La Russa's career spanned over 30 years. Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries didn't last three months. Guess what got all the publicity Monday.
Oct 31 | By Sarah Spain
World soccer body should condemn ex-Nigeria coach and add gay-rights language to its statutes.
Oct 29 | By Sarah Spain
With hope for this season all but gone, fans are turning on their teams in hopes of landing Andrew Luck.
Oct 26 3:15 PM ET | By Sarah Spain
Sarah Spain, espnW's resident Chicago superfan, makes the case for the Windy City as the home of the best female sports fans in all the land.
Oct 11 9:12 PM ET | By Sarah Spain
The best part of the espnW Summit? For contributor Sarah Spain, it's being a part of a team committed to women's sports and athletes.
Sep 28 | By Sarah Spain
espnW contributor Jane McManus wants to bring much more coverage to women's sports.
Sep 27 4:27 PM ET | By Jane McManus
U.S. pole vaulter Jillian Schwartz hopes switching to the Israeli team will jump-start her Olympic dreams.
Sep 25 | By Sarah Spain
Sky rookie Courtney Vandersloot reflects on her first season in the WNBA and looks ahead to a summer abroad.
Sep 16 | By Sarah Spain
The trailblazing reliever/first baseman reflects on playing in the men's Arizona Summer League and her quest to join an affiliated minor league team.
Aug 26 | By Sarah Spain
Since the women's game has evolved, female referees channeled their energies in that direction. The numbers are stacked against them on the men's side.
Aug 12 | By Sarah Spain
On a busy night in the WNBA, the spotlight is on the Lynx, who look for a franchise-best 10th straight win. Up in Toronto Serena Williams and Kim Clijsters highlight a full day of tennis at the Rogers Cup. Here are the Games We're Watching.
Aug 9 12:48 PM ET | By Sarah Spain
Canada is the home for a big week of tennis, as the men's and women's brackets of the Rogers Cup play during the same week for the first time. Today's tennis matches plus the best of baseball, in this edition of Games We're Watching.
Aug 8 1:01 PM ET | By Sarah Spain
Provided there aren't any hiccups, the new NFL collective bargaining agreement will be ratified today, giving veteran free agents the green light to practice with their teams. For big name guys like Donovan McNabb and Chad Ochocinco, a fresh start begins.
Aug 4 12:43 PM ET | By Sarah Spain
The Chicago Sky rookie enjoys a rare night out with friends, visiting DMK Burger Bar a few blocks from Wrigley Field.
Aug 3 | By Sarah Spain
Baseball's trade deadline has come and gone, leaving fans cheering for some old faces in new places. Today a handful of teams will get a look at their new guys -- and get a feel for their chances down the stretch. Here are the Games We're Watching.
Aug 1 5:35 PM ET | By Sarah Spain
With the MLB trade deadline Sunday and deals coming fast and furious in the NFL, it's gonna be a busy weekend on and off the field. Here are the Games We're Watching.
Jul 29 1:41 PM ET | By Sarah Spain
For the first time, baseball's hot stove looks downright cool, as a shortened NFL timeline has made football's free-agent frenzy even hotter. While the deals come fast and furious, the games must go on. Here are the Games We're Watching.
Jul 28 1:26 PM ET | By Sarah Spain
With a 1-14 mark overall and a winless record on the road, the Shock are dragging. With two promising rookies, Tulsa may turn things around.
Jul 18 | By Sarah Spain
Though there have been some ridiculous choices in the NBA, fan interaction is important for a young league like the WNBA, regardless of the results.
Jul 15 7:46 AM ET | By Sarah Spain